Hewing to VG&P's design vernacular, Sled Sideboard displays a playful mix of materials to create a standout storage piece. Working with the London-based brand, Brit design whiz Michael Marriott fronts his birch plywood cabinet with a trio of contrasting sliding doors in plain and perforated metal and birch wood. Metal finishes range from grays to touch-of-pop pink and blue with birch in either natural or walnut-stain, all to complement the cabinet top in charcoal-colored lino.
30.25" h x 70.75" w x 21" d (76.9x180x53.2cm)
Birch plywood, linoleum, metal
Left-hand plain door finishes: Grey White, Light Blue
Middle perforated door finishes: Graphite, Light Pink
Right-hand wooden door finishes: Natural Birch, Walnut Stained Birch
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Very Good & Proper
With the credo “Measure twice, cut once” emphasizing longevity, Very Good & Proper grew out of a start-up collaboration between London restaurateur Patrick Clayton-Malone and design duo Klauser & Carpenter. Launched to produce well-designed and original furnishings for Patrick’s place Canteen, the initial range was industrially styled but softened through the use of curved forms and bold colors. “What’s led us (to becoming a design company) is the rigors of contract furniture,” says Patrick, nodding to Andre and Ed. “There was a lot of frustration with the traditional designer licensing model from these guys.”
Function is as prized as looks to the designers, to hear Ed describe the thought process behind one of the defining designs, Canteen Hook. “The important thing for the hook was to have a big surface area so it doesn’t damage clothes,” he says. “We also added a plate that stops people marking the wall behind when repeated greasy thumbs rub against the wall.” Now located in a refurbished pickle and chutney factory, VG&P's collection has grown to include seating, tables, storage units and other accessories, all manufactured responsibly in the UK and Europe.